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Bum lifting gym leggings

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PretzelPrincess Tue 28-Jul-15 01:18:09

Does such a thing exist? I have a droopy bum, it's not big but it droops. I'm working out and trying to fix it but catching sight of it in the mirror really knocks my confidence. Can anyone suggest pants/leggings that would hold it in place a bit?

MaryBerrysEyelashes Tue 28-Jul-15 02:04:20

Are you trying to pull at the gym

Noseypoke Tue 28-Jul-15 09:04:41

Marika do bum lifting leggings. I got mine at tk maxx.

PretzelPrincess Tue 28-Jul-15 09:27:09

No I'm not trying to pull hmm I stated in my post the reason why confused

TriJo Tue 28-Jul-15 09:27:59

Plenty of heavy squats and you'll have no need for bum lifting leggings!

MoreCrackThanHarlem Tue 28-Jul-15 09:30:03

I am trying to pull at the gym
Will bum lifting leggings help?

avagosling Tue 28-Jul-15 10:55:44

I love Casall Sculpture tights and Casall Ar2 Compression tights. A bit of an investment, but totally worth it

carrie74 Tue 28-Jul-15 11:51:07

I've actually found some of the heavier knit capris from Gap have fantastic pulling in power (although cannot attest for their pulling power wink). Mine are grey cotton, G Fast Capris, but can't see them online at mo (they're a few months old, so probably onto new stock).

PretzelPrincess Tue 28-Jul-15 20:55:19

I'll try and have a look in gap and tkmax.
And I'm doing plenty of heavy squats sad it's just taking forever

PretzelPrincess Tue 28-Jul-15 21:10:08

I'm tempted to order cassal tights Ava, are they really that good? £40 is a bit steep but if they work I don't mind!

MaryBerrysEyelashes Tue 28-Jul-15 22:31:44

I disagree that squats and change your body shape, particularly as you get older

MorrisZapp Tue 28-Jul-15 22:35:01

I've got H&m grey capris, think they cost fifteen quid. If i say it myself, they look much more expensive and the material holds my wobbles in very well.

Cotton is a no no for most people now for workout gear, it holds moisture too much. Even my gym socks are man made fibres now, never thought I'd say that.

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